How can I get these social sharers styled correctly?

At the bottom of the single post I have 4 social sharers, one being Facebook. I have it set to show the faces of people who like. I don't need many to show up, just a few...As you can see if you take a look at the post they look odd right now. I'm just getting my feet wet with css so I would really appreciate any help getting this looking right. I would post some css, but I'm not sure what to post when I view the source. Hopefully it's an easy fix. Thanks!


It's simply because you don't have enough space to fit every element.

This is not the best solution but it's certainly the quickest, just put this snippet in your CSS and it should work:

.dd_button {
    width: 85px;
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